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Poster: Alison OK Date: Aug 12, 2018 12:24pm
Forum: news Subject: Lifehacker AU: How To Access The Internet Archive On The Decentralised Web

Most of us have used the Internet Archive or Wayback Machine to venture into the past and dig up pages from a long-dead website. But what happens if the Archive itself goes down? To address this shortcoming, the Internet Archive is also available via the "decentralised web", which has no single point-of-failure.

Right now, the decentralised web, or "Dweb", is slower and less functional than the internet we know, but that should get better over time, according to the Internet Archive's FAQ.

But wait... isn't the web already decentralised? I'll let the FAQ explain...

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